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According to The Sun, thieves raided the home of Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.
Lampard and his wife, Christine, had £60,000 worth of jewellery and watches taken and this is the fourth time the home of the boss has been raided.
The home of former Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died following a helicopter accident, was also raided ten days after the robbery incident in Lampard’s home.
The Thai family of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha had left the home of the former Leicester City owner untouched as a tribute to him.
Over £1m worth of valuables were stolen from Srivaddhanaprabha’s house in west London.
The robbery took place in Knightsbridge, west London and is believed to have been coordinated by organised gangs.
A source told The Sun: “Both burglaries may have been carried out by the same team.
“The family of Vichai are understandably very upset.
“His house was totally ransacked and a lot of precious and sentimental items were taken.
“The thieves have effectively desecrated his spirit. None of the items stolen during either of the burglaries have been recovered. Police are apparently working on the assumption that Vichai’s house and the Lampards were both deliberately targeted.”
The Metropolitan Police confirmed it was investigating. No arrests have been made.